Welcome to Iona Class
We are Year 1
Our teachers are Miss Rhodes, Mrs James , Mrs Yeaman & Mrs Green
See what we have been doing in Y1 in our lessons this term.
The children have been buying items and giving change.
The children have been comparing different fantasy stories.
The children were roleplaying the Little Red Hen Story.
The children enjoyed making sliders with year 3 for their class assembly next week.
The children had fun doing different science activities working their way through the different KS1 classes.
The children were looking at different Fairy Tales and discussed different sections of the stories.
The children were working in small groups, working together to learn their words for their assembly later in the month.
We were learning how plants change and grow. We created different sizes of animals to how they change.
The children shared their books with each other, dressed in their character costumes.
We learned about calculating mass and using weighing scales.
Stories from other cultures
We watched the story of Handa's Surprise and we learnt about different tropical fruits.
The children listened to a story about Smartie the Penguin who took advice from his parents about how to stay safe online. They made posters to teach EYFS how to stay safe and they learnt a short safety poem.
Learning Poems that Rhyme
The children have enjoyed acting out poems about food and routines.
Adding and Subtracting
We have been using a number line to add and subtract.
Where's my Teddy?
In Year 1, we have been developing our understanding of story settings through acting out the scene in the wood. Take a look at our role play!
What are the British Isles?
The children have been learning about all the countries of the British Isles and were challenged to label the map to reveal what they already knew.
As part of our RE topic, we made a special trip to Our Lady of Good Counsel to act out a Baptism. All the children played a part, most of which were part of the congregation, others were the parents and godparents.
Special thanks go to Mrs O'Malley who very kindly took part with her baby.